Calls for the closer integration of science in political decision-making have been commonplace for decades. However, there are serious problems in the application of science to policy — from energy to health and environment to education.
CSaP's Policy Leaders Fellows met for their second roundtable in Michaelmas Term to discuss technology, innovation and growth – specifically the future of the internet and its role in the birth and death of industries.
Following the most keenly contested election process yet, the new members of CSaP's Policy Fellowship have been announced for Lent Term 2014.
The PHG Foundation are looking for a policy analyst with legal/regulatory experience and an interest in health/biomedicine.
“Science isn’t finished until it’s communicated”, said UK Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport, as he delivered CSaP's distinguished lecture on 17 October.
A busy term ahead for the Policy Fellowship in Michaelmas 2013
CSaP publishes its latest report on the Policy Fellowships Programme and announces the first new Fellows for 2013/14
The Policy Leaders Fellowship - which extends the network to Directors General and Permanent Secretaries in Whitehall and their peers in other administrations, in industry and in the charitable sector - met for the first time in June 2013.
Chi gave a fascinating insight into the issues surrounding digital democracy and an invitation to make use of the technologies available to engage with our MPs as often as possible.
On 3 June, CSaP partnered with the Cambridge NanoDTC and the Royal Society of Chemistry to host a career development day for PhD students interested in nanotechnology policy.
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